Eric Hanson wrote:Hi Shai,
I have a living hedge that I trim up every year or two in order to make woodchips. I own about 3 acres of woodland and 6 acres open, but I just cannot bring myself to haul much in the way of wood out of my woods. But my hedgerow is actually invasive and needs trimming to prevent it from taking over my grass lands.
I guess I am thinking that your bamboo is more multi functional than you might think.
You could plant sweetshoot bamboo and eat the early shoots while you control the growth.
Another hedge that comes to mind are blueberry bushes. They grow about 6’ tall, look beautiful and give you plenty of berries.
These are just a couple of thoughts,
S Bengi wrote:Privet
Check out some other ideas, let me know which one you like the best.
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